The company that provides your coverage (either your employer or health plan) determines your out-of-pocket costs. Talk to your benefits manager for details.
Yes. VSP offers individual and family eye care benefits in some states. For details, visit the Individual and Family Plans section of vsp.com.
Yes, with VSP, you'll save. Without coverage, an exam and prescription glasses can cost $300 or more. You'll see additional savings if your healthcare costs are paid through pre-tax payroll deductions.
An ID Card, or Member Vision Card, isn't required for you to receive services or care. Simply call a VSP provider to schedule an appointment and tell them you’re a VSP member. The provider and VSP handle the rest!
If you wish to have a card, you can access your Member Vision Card under the "See My Benefits" section of vsp.com. The card is a summary of your benefits and includes information to help you easily manage your vision benefits.
Register on vsp.com to:
When you visit a VSP network doctor, you'll have access to a wide selection of frames as well as lens enhancements. Examples of out of pocket expenses include:
You may be eligible to receive extra savings on some of these items, so log in to your vsp.com account and check your plan information for details.
Your VSP frame benefit offers you the freedom to choose from a wide selection of frames that complement your lifestyle. If you choose a frame exceeding your plan allowance, you'll be responsible for paying the overage in addition to any applicable copays at the time of your visit.